Mikelle Street

    Mikelle Street

  • As a Teen, Katy Perry Knew 'Sexuality Wasn't as Black and White' as Her Epic Dress

    Katy Perry received a human rights award and stunned in her dress from Rasario. Katy Perry headed out to the Human Rights Campaign Gala on Saturday, to be honored with the National Equality Award. As she discussed her conservative Christian upbringing in her acceptance speech, Perry wore a stunning white dress from the Moscow-based brand Rasario.

  • Kate Middleton’s Paris Look Reportedly Cost More Than $15,000

    The Duchess of Cambridge isn’t afraid to wear a piece more than once. However, for her first royal trip to Paris, she splurged on something new.

  • The $710 'We Should All Be Feminists' T-Shirt Just Sold Out Online

    When the “We Should All Be Feminists” T-shirt came down the runway as a part of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s first ever Dior runway show, it kicked up quite a bit of noise. Chiuri was the first female creative director of the house and was calling for a bit of a revolution. Since then, the brand’s ambassadors have turned up everywhere in the piece.

  • You Can Carry Some of Michelle Obama’s Post-White House Style — for About $1,000

    Though they have left the White House, the American public (and the world at large) still has a burning desire to see former President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama. We also find ourselves trawling through Instagram feeds when we hear Malia Obama may have gone to a party, or running to Twitter when footage of their vacations surface. Now, the world has gotten a new dose of the couple — photos of them leaving a lunch during their New York City visit.

  • Beyoncé Gets Her Own Pregnant-at-the-Grammys Doll

    Marcus Baby’s homage to Beyoncé is blowing up. Beyoncé’s Grammys performance was legendary. Featuring a pregnant belly, jewels, an elaborate headdress, and a long gold cape, the miniature created by Marcus Vinicius da Silva Bernardo is a dead-on representation of how Bey appeared in the video portion of her big night.

  • Emma Watson’s Definition of Feminism Should Count for Beyoncé, Too

    Emma Watson, under fire for appearing in a braless photo for Vanity Fair, pushed back against critics, which reminds us of when she had similar misgivings about Beyoncé. When Emma Watson was featured on the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair, with an accompanying spread that sees her braless with a cutout top, she got a fair bit of criticism online from all sides. “It just always reveals to me of how many misconceptions and misunderstandings there [are] about what feminism is,” the 26-year old told the BBC about the reaction to the Tim Walker photograph.

  • Who Is This Stylish Little Guy Making a Splash at Paris Fashion Week?

    Revelations at Junya: Justin Bieber is actually much shorter in person. Sitting front row at shows like Haider Ackermann, Yohji Yamamoto, Dior, and Junya Watanabe, the pint-sized up-and-comer caused a bit of a stir.

  • Gigi Goes Long and Hailey Cuts It Short in Americans in Paris Project

    Hailey Baldwin attends the Vogue Americans in Paris dinner for Paris Fashion Week. The Americans in Paris project, an effort by the CFDA and Vogue that takes a group of young American designers who have participated in the Fashion Fund to Paris for Market Week, is in its 12th season. This year that talent included Gigi Hadid and Hailey Baldwin.

  • Nicki Minaj Bares Her Breast for Fashion in Paris, and She’s Not Alone

    Nicki Minaj caused a stir in Paris with her breast-baring outfit, but she’s just one in a long line of racy looks. For a while, Nicki Minaj has had a comparatively reserved sense of style compared with some of her older, flashy tactics.

  • Justin Bieber Was All Over the D&G Milan Runway, Despite Not Actually Attending

    After its influencer-filled show for menswear, Dolce & Gabbana is back with another tactic, no doubt focused on bringing in millennial eyes. What is more effective at bringing in teenage girls than social media influencers? Justin Bieber. Welcome to the Italian brand’s latest scheme.

  • Amputee Models Just Walked the Runway — and, Shockingly, It Wasn’t a Gimmick

    The fashion industry certainly isn’t known for its inclusiveness. Yet over the past few years, calls for diversity have gotten so loud that a few are actually doing something about it. 

  • This Runway Model Just Snatched an Editor’s Phone From His Hand

    There is a first time for everything.

  • The Most Diverse Show at Fashion Week Wants to Make You "Feel Lifted"

    Chromat is a brand committed to diversity. Season after season, the brand cultivates a cast of models that spans genders, races, and sizes. Last year they had Lauren Wasser, a model who also happens to be an amputee, make her debut on their runway. This season was no different.

  • Meet the Baking Brand Behind Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg’s Super Bowl Sweatshirts

    Super Bowl commercials cost millions of dollars, so it’s rare that small, independent companies get any airtime on television’s biggest night. Yet thanks to T-Mobile, Snoop Dogg, and Martha Stewart, the Miss Jones Baking Company got more attention than its owners ever could’ve banked on. Here's a sneak peak at what my friend @SnoopDogg and I worked on with @tmobile for the Big Game. Thanks to @missjonesbakes for the great swestshirts! A video posted by Martha Stewart (@marthastewart48) on Feb 3, 2017 at 9:58am PST

  • Usher Twinned With His Toddler Self in a Falcons Jacket at the Super Bowl

    While everyone’s eyes were on the game, or Lady Gaga’s performance, one Super Bowl viewer was having a major flashback moment: the singer Usher, who was twinning with himself. The star posted a split image to Instagram featuring a photo of him on the field and one from when he was just a toddler. Edward Dada, the jacket’s creator, has been on the scene for a few years.

  • So, What Does Bernie Sanders Think About Being a Fashion Muse, Anyway?

    Last month at Paris Fashion Week, it was big news when Sen. Bernie Sanders got runway attention at the latest Balenciaga show. Now, Sanders has finally gotten an opportunity to address the show.

  • Taylor Swift Asked the Crowd to Help Fix Her Custom Versace Dress

    Stars like Solange, Fergie, and Bruno Mars are taking to various stages throughout the weekend. For Taylor Swift's 90-minute set, she pulled out all the stops.

  • How Law Roach Tackled the Challenge of Styling Ariana Grande’s Worldwide Tour

    On Friday night, Ariana Grande opened her worldwide “Dangerous Woman” tour in Phoenix, Ariz. With the British group Little Mix as her opener, the 23-year-old star took the stage at the Talking Stick Resort Arena wearing a number of custom looks. To bring together her style for the tour, Grande went to a name she was familiar with, stylist Law Roach. “It was about giving Ariana’s core [fans] the silhouette they already are familiar with, but in a much more couture and elevated way,” Roach told Yahoo Style in an interview Saturday about the overall goal.

  • Rihanna, Kylie, and Keke Wore It: The Reversible Vetements Camouflage Coat

    This season, one of those key pieces has been the Vetements reversible camouflage parka made in collaboration with Canada Goose. Vetements is among the buzziest brands of recent memory. Rihanna has been a big fan of the label, wearing multiple pieces since they first came on the scene.

  • Miss Universe Contestants Shattered the Pageant Dress Stereotype

    Miss Universe contestant Iris Mittenaere, right, of France is crowned the 2017 winner by former Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines during the Miss Universe pageant at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila on Jan. 30, 2017. Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe gaffe stole the show during the 2016 Miss Universe competition.